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The Biden administration’s catastrophic response to the Afghanistan crisis continues to get worse by the day.
The incompetence continued this week when Biden’s Department of Defense took to Twitter to share an image that claimed: “Afghan civilians board[ing] @usairforce C-17 Globemasters at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan.”
Check out the tweet below:
— Department of Defense 🇺🇸 (@DeptofDefense) August 22, 2021
What’s the issue?
The Biden administration posted pictures of a plane that is not ours.
As many Twitter users pointed out, it certainly appears that the C-17s pictured are not American.
One Twitter user zoomed in on the pictures of the aircraft to show the words “UAE Air Force” on the side.
— Gary FrostGermanotta (@frostygary) August 22, 2021
You’re so desperate for PR that you posted a picture of a plane that isn’t ours
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) August 24, 2021
— Buzz Patterson (@BuzzPatterson) August 24, 2021
Sorry, but the C17 has United Arab Emirates 🇦🇪 flag and it’s Air Force logo 🤔
— Royal_Gentlman (@GentlmanRoyal) August 23, 2021
In true liberal fashion, trying to lay claim to someone else’s work. That plane belongs to the United Arab Emirates. Pretty easy to spot, I mean it doesn’t have a US flag, and it clearly states it’s the UAE Air Force… #FactChecked
— Tyler Urban 🇺🇸 (@urbanfarmer00) August 24, 2021
The “mistake” is just another reason why so many Americans are concerned about the Biden administration’s handling of the Afghanistan crisis, which has led to several top lawmakers calling for Biden to be removed from office.
The United Kingdom’s Houses of Parliament officially voted to hold Joe Biden in contempt over his disastrous handling of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Senate Democrats are planning to investigate the Biden administration’s “flawed” American withdrawal from Afghanistan.
The Senate Intelligence and Foreign Relations Committees — both chaired by Democrats — are planning to investigate the catastrophic withdrawal.
Florida Republican Sen. Rick Scott suggested using the 25th Amendment to remove Biden from the presidency.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has slammed Biden for his handling of the withdrawal of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, which have descended into chaos over the weekend as Taliban forces seized much of the country.
McCarthy is now calling for investigations into Biden’s handling of the crisis.
Republican Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said she is drafting Articles of Impeachment against Biden as the debacle on his Afghanistan withdrawal of troops continues.
Kamala Harris is also reportedly refusing to accept any responsibility.
A source reportedly said that Harris refused to be part of addressing the American people after the terrorist group took over Kubal, the capital of Afghanistan.
A source said Harris screamed: “They will not pin this sh*t on me!”
Former FBI Assistant Director of Intelligence Kevin Brock is sounding the alarm about Joe Biden becoming a national security threat to the nation.
In an op-ed for The Hill, Brock argued that Biden’s “weak leadership” is now the greatest threat to national security.
Conservative commentator Dan Bongino called for Biden to resign from office over his latest catastrophic failure.
“You failed the American people, you failed our country, you failed our military, our Army, our Marines, our Air Force, our Navy, you failed the Afghan people, you failed our allies. You, you, you failed everyone. Because you were a coward. You failed. History will remember this as one of the most colossal, epic political failures in America’s history. And you did this. Not our military. You did this,” he added.
“And not only did you fail, when your failures became obvious to everyone, when we watched Afghans fall off planes trying to get out of a country taken over by medieval savages, you dismissed them, telling people, ‘Don’t worry, it was just a couple days ago,'” he continued.
“Biden should resign immediately. Biden should have resigned yesterday, in fact, he should have resigned last week,” he said.